Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools considers $23M upgrades, school changes

WISCONSIN RAPIDS - Students and parents could see major changes to Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools in the coming years.

Officials are mulling a plan to spend up to $23 million in facility upgrades, move eighth and ninth grades out of East Junior High and shift Vesper Community Academy to a different building, according to options that district administrators unveiled Monday at a School Board meeting.

“We’re looking at what we think is best for kids,” Superintendent Colleen Dickmann said.

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